Louth looking goods award ceremony took place in the Crowne Plaza hotel Dundalk on Wednesday November 3rd. There was a great turnout of all the tidy town centres in Louth and each housing estate in Tallanstown was well represented, the hard work and effort made by the staff of the Environment and Housing Sections of Louth County Council made sure the night went without a hitch.
There were many winners and some surprises on the night. As expected Tallanstown walked away with several prizes.
The following are a list of the awards received by the village.
Overall winner of the best kept village in County Louth – Tallanstown. (click here to view judges comments)
1st prize Housing Estates Category B – Louth Hall Cottages. (click here to view judges comments)
2nd prize Housing Estates Category B – Castle View. (click here to view judges comments)
Adjudicators Award Category B – Chestnut Grove. (click here to view judges comments)
Adjudicators Award Category A – Rathbrist Cottages. (click here to view judges comments)
Overall winner Housing Estates Category D – Glyde Road Cottages. (click here to view judges comments)
Theresa McGee our long serving Secretary and volunteer was runner up to the Environmentalist of the Year 2010, this years overall winner was Larry Magnier, Blackrock Tidy Towns.
Retaining our gold medal and overall winner of Louth Litter League with cleanliness rating of 99% was Tallanstown.
All the above awards were achieved with the utmost dedication and hard work of our volunteers, the CE Scheme participants, Louth Leader and the Heritage Council are instrumental in helping to bring about the improved environmental changes in our village.
Finally thanks to the sponsors for their financial support in these difficult times.
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